Meghan Markle wears handmade pasta necklace on Australia tour

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The royal couple also met Australian PM Scott Morrison and his wife Jenny at Kirribilli House in Sydney

Excited school children jumped up and down waving Australian flags as the royal couple stepped onto the tarmac.

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry have revealed that they already have had a ton of baby name suggestions.

On Meghan and Harry's tour down under, which is set to last from October 16 to October 31, the couple will take part in 76 engagements and activities focusing on "youth leadership, environmental and conservation efforts - including the dedication of several new Queen's Commonwealth Canopy projects".

According to a nameless "palace source," the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would like to raise children at their go-to weekend hang: their $5.4 million home in the Cotswalds, about two hours outside London.

It was a necklace made from pasta that he dipped in gold.

"You must not silently suffer and, if I may speak personally, we are all in this together, because asking for help was some of the best decisions I ever made".

The Duchess of Sussex appeared to be holding what looked like an Apple iPhone X.

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The Duke of Sussex signed a visitors’ book at Kirribilli House

Prince Harry and Meghan meet with lifeguards before a beach clean.

Graciously accepting the gift and putting the necklace on, the 37-year-old former actress sported the sweet accessory as she greeted crowds outside the local governor's residence, People reported.

"I met prince Harry and he said I really like your tiara, I think Meghan needs one like it", she said.

Then he read her sign and realized he couldn't NOT hug her.

The duke and duchess outside Government House in Melbourne.

Prince Harry and Meghan abandoned their strict schedule and instead spent 25 minutes meeting royal fans.

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